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The Big Reveal -- or Who Wrote What!

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The Big Reveal -- or Who Wrote What!

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Here it is, as promised.  For those who've wondered who wrote which parts of the Aftershocks universe, here's the whole list.
 (Epilogues added 11/27/07)

Bad Company.  This, of course, was nightdog_barks.  Whom we totally blame for everything that followed.

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nterregnum One: Screaming Doesn't Help
    Nightdog
Interregnum Two: The Phone Call
    Nightdog
Interregnum Three: The Second Phone Call
    Nightdog
Interregnum Four: Sickness
    Blackmare
Interregnum Five: Sympathy For The Devil
     Nightdog

Aftershocks: A Story in Shattered Pieces

1.1: How Wilson Got Away
    Nightdog.
1.2: Incoming
    Blackmare
1.3: Landfall
    Perspi
1.4: Harbinger
    Nightdog
1.5: Limbo
    Blackmare
1.6: Communication Breakdown
    Nightdog

2.1: A Damn Expensive Danish

    Blackmare
2.2: The Cops
    Nightdog

3.1: Strange Angel
    Blackmare
3.2: The Firefly
    Nightdog

4.1: Rib Plates
    Perspi
4.2: Fault Lines
    Nightdog

5.1: The Shave
    Perspi
5.2: A Secret Weapon
    Blackmare
5.3: Stranded
    Blackmare
5.4: Foreign Food
    Blackmare

6.1: Up and Around
    Perspi
6.2: Heartbreak Hotel
    Perspi

7.1: The Meeting
    Perspi
7.2: Unilateral
    Perspi

10.1: Homecoming
    Perspi
10.2: Nightfall
    Blackmare

11.1: Carla Jean Fowler
    Blackmare

12.1: Catch and Release
    Blackmare
13.1: Rude Awakening
    Nightdog
13.2: Suds
    Blackmare

14.1: A Good Idea
    Blackmare
14.2: Toxins
    Blackmare

15.1: Poison Control
    Blackmare
15.2: Contact
    Blackmare
15.3: Down Time
    Nightdog/Blackmare collaboration
15.4: Threads
    Blackmare

16.1: The Trojan Horse
    Nightdog
16.2: We Interrupt This Program...
    Blackmare
16.3: The Bound Man
    Nightdog
16.4: Land Mines
    Blackmare
16.5: Shrapnel
    Blackmare

17.1: Home Alone
    Perspi
17.2: Accounting
    Blackmare

18.1: Role Reversal
    Nightdog
19.1: The Observer
    Blackmare
19.2: John Hancock
    Nightdog

20.1: Consult
    Blackmare
20.2: Sensitivity
    Blackmare

21.1: To Sleep, Perchance to Dream
    Nightdog
21.2: Mug Shot
    Blackmare
21.3: Favors
    Perspi

22.1: Pathetic
    Perspi
22.2: Sacrifices
    Blackmare
22.3: Cruelty
    Blackmare
22.4: A White Lie
    Blackmare
22.5: Nocturne
    Blackmare

23.1: Surprises
    Perspi, with a one-line guest appearance by Blackmare
23.2: Hallmark
    Dee Laundry
23.3: Milton Bradley
    Blackmare

24.1: In Under the Radar
    Dee Laundry
24.2: The Little Things
    Blackmare
24.3: A Walk in the Park
    Perspi
24.4: Wednesday in the Park With Martin
    Nightdog

25.1: Nothing For It
    Perspi

26.1: Water Flowing Underground
    Dee Laundry
26.2: Banished
    Dee Laundry
26.3: Victory
    Dee Laundry
26.4: Jaguar
    Perspi
26.5: Conundrum
    Blackmare

28.1: Fresh
    Perspi
28.2: Mangoes
    Blackmare

29.1: Let's Make a Deal
    Blackmare
29.2: Defense
     Blackmare
29.3: A Mother's Love
    Nightdog

30.1: The Evening News
    Blackmare
30.2: The Value of Things
    Blackmare

32.1: The Power of Suggestion
    Nightdog
32.2: Off the Map
    Nightdog

33.1: Groundless
    Dee Laundry

36.1: Detonation
    Perspi
36.2: Counting Flowers on the Wall
     Blackmare
36.3: The Worst of All Possible Worlds
    Nightdog

37.1: Hurry Up and Wait
    Blackmare
37.2: Fallout
    Perspi

 38.1: The Green Fuse
    Nightdog and Blackmare

40.1: Good Boy
    Blackmare
40.2: Contact, Part Two
    Blackmare

42.1: Smoke Signals
    Blackmare

44.1: A Pleasure Suspended
    Perspi

45.1: Lock and Key
    Blackmare
45.2: Free at Last
    Blackmare
45.3: Lifeline
    Nightdog

47.1: Six Burners
    Dee Laundry

48.1: Sustenance
    Blackmare, with a guest appearance by Nightdog

49.1: The Many Unknowns
    Blackmare

50.1: Reconstruction
    Blackmare

53.1: Reconstruction, Part Two

    Blackmare

62.1: Win, Lose, or Draw
    Nightdog, Perspi, Deelaundry and one line by Blackmare.

Reelfoot Rift:  Tim
    Dee Laundry

Reelfoot Rift:  Nick
    Dee Laundry

Reelfoot Rift:  Dr. X and Dr. Y
    Dee Laundry
  • (Anonymous)
    What was Blackmare's one line?
    • The best one, of course!

      (referring to Mare's line in 23.1: Surprises, because I don't remember the writing of the last chapter so much!)

      Edited at 2007-11-16 02:01 am (UTC)
    • My line in Surprises was a joke I "heard" in House's voice -- repeatedly; he thought it was hilarious -- while I was driving home from work.

      Cameron asked him whether he was on drugs, and he said "Nope. I drugged Wilson. And then I slept with him." And he thought it was the funniest thing ever because it was completely true and a total lie at the same time, and nobody'd believe it in either case.

      In Win, Lose or Draw my only line was the part at the beginning about House trying to irritate the ghost-of-Wilson that seemed to inhabit Wilson's office.

      Edited at 2007-11-16 04:48 am (UTC)
  • Woo!
  • What's really astounding to me is how each author brought their own special something to the story without disrupting the flow -- the chapters were never written in noticeably different styles, as often occurs in these types of group effort stories, and the mood was consistent. You guys definitely make a great team. :D
    • Thank you. We really loved the relay-team aspect of this. We kept each other from going astray and we critiqued one another ... gently, but constantly.

      We're going to discuss the process at some length, after the Epilogues go up. It was a great deal of fun for all of us.
  • Niice :)

    Now I can use this list when I get a chance to read again. It was really hard to tell that the stories were written by different people ^.^
  • Ladies, take a bow! It's amazing to see who wrote what because I would have guessed about 90 percent wrong. The story had its own very consistent voice throughout, and that's just amazing.

  • I was a reluctant reader at first (the brutal attack of BC really bothered me) but I could not ignore such talent for storytelling and was slowly drawn into the loving world that you all created. It fit so perfectly together, each chapter bringing something a little different up and exploring how something this horrible, this frightening, could bring together two wounded souls. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed it in bits and in pieces and as a whole. You are all talented, I would say on the short list of this fandom's best.
    • the brutal attack of BC really bothered me

      We'd be worried about you if that were not the case. It bothered us, too. Deeply.

      And that -- that's why we couldn't leave it where it originally ended.
  • All the different angles and personalities and moments of time created a really stunning prismatic effect.

    Brava to all of you!
  • To all of you, as The Collective- Unbelievable.

    To each of you, singly.. Thank you. It's hard for me to see you now as anything except professional caliber story-weavers.

    You have done something that few accomplish..you have woven a story that is gripping in it's intensity, graphic in it's reality, surrealistic, shocking, entertaining, disturbing, clarifying and defining.

    While good wins, evil doesn't lose. Battles are not without casualties. Scars both physical and emotional are evident. Victory is hard-won but not definitive. Warriors wounded, comrades still.

    While I wished, hoped, dreamed with every ounce of my spirit that Martin would Get His, I wouldn't have bought it if he had. It would have been Too Easy..and nothing between House and Wilson is ever that trite.

    Still...you will all forgive me, will you not? If I just slowly and painfully boil Martin in oil in my mind? If I spend hours thinking up ways to remove his wretched evil presence from the land of living? I thought I disliked Tritter. Tritter was a pansy compared to Martin.

    Finally, I offer you this, for what it is worth. I've been reading and writing fanfic since 1973...way before it was called "fanfic" or the internet even existed. I've read thousands upon thousands of entries in zines, online and elsewhere. I've got several pieces published in 5 or 6 "Alias Smith and Jones: You, Me and The Governor" zines. If there were a definitive award for fanfiction; a "Pulitzer Prize" as it were...this series should win it. It's the best piece of fiction I've ever read.

    Mickey_P
    • Yes !!!! Yes!!! I so agree with you that it is the Pulitizer of fanfiction, I have never read anything that even comes close to this ficverse. I just wish someone would pass it along to the House writers. I am at a total loss now that the main story in this ficverse had ended. I read other fics but it's just not the same. I want so desperately to stay in this ficverse. I want to know to peek into the window of their new life together as roommates and their continued relationship as colleagues. I want to know how others in Houseverse, Cuddy, Foreman, Chase, and Cameron are changed by the change in the House/Wilson relationship.

      I want to follow this beautifully crafted parallel Houseverse that rivals in every way imaginable the TV Houseverse until infinity. Truly I am in mourning and feel an overwhelming sense of loss.
    • Wow. Thank you.

      There's no prize for this, except for knowing that we've made it worth your while to keep reading.

      We really can't wait to open up the curtains a bit more and talk at ridiculous length about the process of writing this monster.
      • Oh I am so looking forward to that because it would be intertesting to learn what each person's thinking was and how you all melded it together.
        • The thing that constantly amazed us was how alike our thoughts were. While we often (pleasantly!) surprised one another with the specific details and scenes we'd come up with, there was never any disagreement about the direction of the story itself or the characterizations.

          In fact we were often almost scarily in sync with one another.
  • I love how the last part had contributions from all :)

    *throws flowers*

  • That was a fun game, trying to guess whom wrote the chapters. If I tried to bet about my favorite one, I'd lose... But the most terrifying chapter? I guessed right!

    I'm still amazed how the story had its own fluid style, how all of you could melt and mold your writing to create such a wonderful piece. You're the best!!!

    *Applause*
  • I guessed only two of the parts used for the poll. I fail. lol.

    Anyway, I agree about the Pulitzer too ;)
    Is there some sort of award in the House fandom?
    Not that you need it to prove the awesomeness of this 'verse, but that way maybe more people could enjoy reading it.
    :)


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